Hello to all,
Might I suggest that a discussion be had, either by the Board, or the
ESC, and a decision be made of public record, as to where bugs relating
to Collabora Productivity are to be reported ?
I have reported a number of bugs against Collabora Productivity in the
LibreOffice bugzilla _*over several years*_ (basically since the product
was first released via the AppStore).
I see now that my reports are being closed as NOTOURBUG, and being told
that I should report them to Collabora.
Having been consistently told to report them on the LO BZ over these
many years, this approach has come both as somewhat of a surprise, and a
1) when was this change decided ? I see nothing of public record ?
2) if the decision wass made to shift responsibility for these back to
Collabora, would someone from that entity please indicate where the bugs
should now be reported, or whether there is some mechanism in place to
automatically transfer the bugs to a corresponding Collabora instance
like we did when we moved from Apache BZ ?
I have the distinct and unpleasant impression that the current tensions
within the Board have led to an undocumented decision to purge all
traces of Collabora bugs from the LO BZ instance without regard for the
people who have actually tried to help improve the product by reporting
I would have appreciated there being some kind of public decision making
process in this regard, with a means for currently reported bugs to be
Closing them as NOTOURBUG without any due process just smacks of petty
revenge actions, and does not bode well for the future wellbeing of the
- [board-discuss] Collabora Productivity from AppStore - bug reports · Alexander Thurgood
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